Pacific Palisades Mom Accused Of Running Multimillion-Dollar Pot Grow House Sues CityStephanie Smith, who describes herself as a real estate developer by way of Boston College and UCLA, was accused of running a weed "fortress" in San Bernardino.
Volunteers Get High For Police Training On How To Spot Pot UsersMarijuana users joined forces with police officers in Santa Ana Monday night for an unusual educational experience that could save lives.
From Amateur Cooks To Busy Parents, Why Everyone Loves The Instant PotThe Instant Pot can perform a number of different functions to help ease the cooking process, such as boil, slow cook, steam and saute to name a few.
California Bill Would Ease Erasure Of Pot ConvictionsA Democratic lawmaker wants to make it easier for Californians with marijuana convictions to reduce or erase their records as the state moves into the next phase of legalized pot.
High Or Dry? California Legal Pot To Test Supply PipelineJust days after legal sales began, there are concerns that not enough companies are licensed and ready to transport pot. Some predict that within weeks, cannabis could be marooned at fields and warehouses while dispensary shelves go barren.
Mom Accused Of Running MultiMillion-Dollar Pot-Growing Operation Says It Was All LegalStephanie Smith in a statement from her attorney says she’s "a well-known and recognized leader in large-scale cannabis real estate development."
Get A Pencil: California's Marijuana-Tracking System DelayedBusinesses are being asked to document sales and transfers of pot manually.
Customers Line Up For Broad Legal Pot Sales In CaliforniaJust after midnight, some raised joints instead of champagne glasses.
California Goes Green, Pot Set To Become Legal MondayBeginning Monday, anyone with a valid government ID that shows you’re at least 21-years-old will be able to buy marijuana for recreational use.
Revenue Hit Predicted For California's Medical Pot MarketRevenue from the sale of medical marijuana is expected to drop from an estimated $2 billion in 2016 to about $1.4 billion next year, according to a study published this year by the University of California Agricultural Issues Center.
As California Legalizes Pot, Laws Collide At US CheckpointsCalifornia legalizes marijuana for recreational use Monday, but that won't stop federal agents from seizing the drug — even in tiny amounts — on busy freeways and backcountry highways.
Array Of Pot-Laced Products To Hit Calif. Market On Jan. 1Chefs and investors have been teaming up to offer an eye-boggling array of cannabis-infused food and beverages.

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